A Nazara host is a gateway to accessing other hosts. It is a safeguard against admin error.
Nazara hosts are named because they are the first line of defense against administrative error -- they prevent admins from being locked out of correcting their changes.
A Nazara host needs minimal CPU or memory.
Nothing is hosted by a Nazara.
Any host should be able to connect to a Nazara with SSH and X11, and it should be able to dial to any service provider.
Nazara hosts should be deployed alongside any Hypervisor. They can be as simple as a Pi-hole with SSH access, and they should be allowed to receive SSH connections from a non-tcp/22/ssh port.